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538 FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. ll. 011. 128. 1883. StD‘;P¤Y¤!\¤¤t of DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 3 . Comvonsotior; of For compensation of the Secretary of State, eight thousand dollars; gw tS°°'X:§a:f first assistant secretary of state, four thousand five hundred dollars; $:;.6,;;.;,,8 chiefs two assistant secretaries of state, at three thousand five hundred dolor bureau,'c1erks, lars each; for chief clerk, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dolotc- lars; for six chiefs of bureau and one translator, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; eleven clerks of class tour; four clerks of class three; seven clerks of class two; fourteen clerks of class one ; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; and ten clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger; two assistant messengers; ten laborers; one packer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, one hundred and twelve thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. Proof reading For proof reading the laws and documents for the various legations |¤w¤.o¤=- and consulates, including boxes and transportation of the same, one Stationery, fur thousand two hundred and eighty dollars; for stationery, furniture, tixnitruo. books. Md tures, and repairs, five thousand dollars; for books and maps three "”·P°· _ thousand dollars; in all, nine thousand two hundred and eighty dollars. Contingent ex- For contingent expenses, namely: For care and subsistence of horses pauses. and repairs of wagons and harness, one thousand two hundred dollars; · and for miscellaneous items not included in the foregoing, two thousand doHars; for rent of stable and wagon shed, six hundred dollars; for care of clock, telegraphic and electric apparatus, and repairs to the same, one thousand dollars; in all, four thousand eight hundred dollars. Litbographcr, For services of lithographer, and necessary materials for the litho- ¤¤d ¤*¤*°¤*]°· graphic press, one thousand two hundred dollars. Editing mu dis- For expenses of editing and distributing the laws enacted during the ¤il>¤**°¤ of ****2 second session of the Forty seventh Congress, three thousand dollars. f“d 0}'f;.'f•';°t;°_“':,_ For expenses of editing and distributing the Statutes at Large of the ,;$,°g.,,,g,,,,_ Forty seventhllongress, one thousand dollars. ‘ Treasury De- TREASURY DEPARTMENT. partment. _ Compensationof SECBETABYS OFFIGE,—FOI compensation of the Secretary of the tho So<¤o¢¤ry._¤¤- Treasury, eight thousand dollars; two assistant secretaries of the =m_:“* T; 0:,:;;:*- Treasury, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk and ’°°exollicio superintendent of the Treasury building, two thousand seven hundred dollars; stenographer to the Secretary, two thousand dollars; " one chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, and one chief of division of customs, at two thousand seven hundred and iiity.dollars each; one assistant chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, two thousand four hundred dollars; one chief of appointment division, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; seven chiefs of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; live assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; assistant superintendent of the-Treasury building, two thousand one hundred dollars; estimate and digest clerk, two thousand dollars; two disbursing clerks, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; government actuary under control of the Treasury Department, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; forty-one clerks of class four; additional to three fourth-class clerks, namely, receiving clerk of bonds, and two bookkeepers, one hundred dollars each; thirty clerks of class three; twenty-seven clerks of class two; twenty-four clerks of class one; sixteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fifty female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; ten messengers; ten assistant messengers; one foreman of laborers, one thousand dollars; forty-six laborers; superintendent of the Treasury building, three hundred dollars; eleven laborers, at five hundred dollars each; three laborers, at three ImndTr<—d and sixty dollars each; one captain of the watch, one thousand four hundred dollars; one engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant engineer, one thousand dollars; one machinist